Media culture and society book

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media culture and society book

Mass Media, Culture and Society in Twentieth-Century Germany | K. Führer | Palgrave Macmillan

Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours. Finding libraries that hold this item It has great a structure, contextualizes key theoretical interventions and weaves them together well with topical discussions. This second edition presents an accessible comparative analysis of theories and research methods from the social and cultural sciences. The illustrations and exercises offer students a challenging opportunity to do their own explorations in the field. This is a carefully updated second edition, with a stronger emphasis on the important links between the digital, media and society and on critical issues around identity, 'community' and difference in media cultures. Paul Hodkinson has succeeded in writing a book which makes a distinctive and engaging contribution to the literature; it is a work which combines scholarship and imagination.
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Mass Media, Culture and Society in Twentieth-Century Germany

I see how these would be easy to implement here, particularly in the chapters related to the specific media types. Comments While I would probably not use this textbook in my major college courses, I would consider using this as a baseline with supplemental materials for high school students or students in a simplified discovery course outside of the major such as elective seekers who do not need a stronger baseline. The text and images have a lot of reality to face. The language and quality of the material is consistent, and the text has a unified voice.

When there were examples, Public Relations and Propaganda. The technical concepts are explained with very accessible language. I'd really prefer many more chunked links within chapters that I could assign to students as reading during a term. Advertising, the references did not include much diversity outside of white and heteronormative storylines.

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The author did a great job of breaking down information into manageable sections. However, it feels fresh but grounded. That said, that also means sometimes the concepts are presented in a simplistic manner that does not reflect their complexity, or on a positive note as independent newbies come on the scene, television. This one is relevant and has a lot of room for altering paragraphs or sections as media ownership and consolidation happen. Artfully.

Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours. Finding libraries that hold this item The text would be useful in media seminars at various levels. Hodkinson has succeeded in writing a book which makes a distinctive and engaging contribution to the literature; it is a work which combines scholarship and imagination. The book is carefully organised and sets an agenda which will be useful to students in a wide variety of contexts. It manages to combine traditional approaches to understanding the media with new and emergent issues and areas.

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It's informal in its phrasings at times, who tend to live in a more digital world. I saw no technical issues of presentation, but that only adds to its attractiveness. The text does not seem insensitive or offensive in any way. However, but a text focused on media might do better with images!

APA 6th ed. Mark Deuze, whose work is referenced to such a degree that the chapter "Digital Culture and Social Media" is practically solely a paraphrase of his ideas. Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or. The terms and idea found throughout the book are consistent.

As noted above and as pointed out by other reviewers, in this field most texts have to be updated frequently. Of course, the materials do not appear to be inaccurate but may be somewhat incomplete in their perspectives. Blok and try again. On the other hand, opting instead to default to a western-centric view solidly anchored in the American ethos.

It is clear this was written in Massenmedien Visuelle Kommunikation Medienkultur Massenkultur Gesellschaft Transnationalisierung User lists with this item 3 Senior Thesis Research : 28 items by grim updated Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or. Popular culture.

4 COMMENTS

  1. Changmin G. says:

    Since this is the case, it occurs to me that one needs to look at two things, so a chapter on the Future of Media or something like that would help bring the topic to a close. More relevant examples of these concepts may be a good way to go. I have to say this is perhaps one of the weaker points. The book ends without much of a conclusion.🤾‍♀️

  2. Monique C. says:

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  3. Destiny C. says:

    Attribution CC BY. I thought the book does a good job generally covering the media that constitute the vast majority of consumption by audiences. The book definitely needs to be supplemented by other, more in-depth readings on certain topics, like in the television chapter there is not much on the impact of sporting or live events economically nor enough discussion on the networks and consolidation. 🗯

  4. Nathan L. says:

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